moc (the man on the corner) consists of: Rob Hull on lead guitar and singing many of the lead vocals as well as harmonies. Charismatic, infectious, and fancy-free describe his performing style. You like him immediately when he walks into a room. Art Hull plays accoustic rhythm, sings lead and backup vocals. Art brings intensity and clear leadership to the band with his guitar styling, strong stage presence, and clear sense of what the music is about. If Rob is the heart, and Art is the soul,... Topic: man on the corner
Welcome to the very first episode of the Corner Store Podcast, the show where we talk about our lives, experiences, and things we love. So sit back, relax, and join in the conversation with us at what we hope to be your new favorite spot to hang out: The Corner Store! Topics: the corner store podcast, corner store, podcast
Welcome to the sixth episode of the Corner Store Podcast, the show where we talk about our lives, experiences, and things we love. So sit back, relax, and join in the conversation with us at what we hope to be your new favorite spot to hang out: The Corner Store! Topics: the corner store podcast, corner store, podcast
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably heard of Storium by now. An online, storytelling game that's currently thriving on Kickstarter. I've been able to poke around the beta version a bit and it's fascinating! In this episode, Stephen's going to tell us how Storium came about, and what makes it pretty darned unique in the online, storytelling arena. I've got to say that I'm personally very excited for this project as well. It scratches so many gaming and creative itches all... Topics: storium, podcast, indie talks, troll in the corner, gaming, collaborative
We're back baby! It's been a while my friends, but life just got in my way. Too much day job, lots of other things going on and what can you do? The answer is nothing. That tough bit's ended though and tonight we're recording with Peter 'Blix' Bryant as he talks about his latest project, Rogue Chess! Launched just a few days ago on Kickstarter, it's a whole new take on strategy. Topics: rogue chess, indie talks, troll in the corner
Welcome to episode 34! This one is a big one! Tonight I'm kicking off Game School on Indie Talks. Game School is a look at the gaming industry from the inside - from indie authors to seasoned industry veterans.Tonight I have Jay Libby of Dilly Green Bean Games, James Carpio of Gygax Magazine and Chapter 13 Press and Peter 'Blix' Bryant of Studio187 and Tri Tac Games! We're talking breaking into the RPG industry, getting published, play testing, editing, artwork and the over arching... Topics: game school, indie talks, troll in the corner, podcast, rpg
Ed and I talk about Liftoff - Get me off this Planet! The new board game being Kickstarted right now! We go into game design, running a good Kickstarter campaign, shoot down the rabbit hole of Kickstarter and your local game shop, hop back up and then go into great detail about Liftoff - and why it's a game you'll want to back. Liftoff has a few things going for it that set it apart from other worker placement (or worker evacuation) games. A set time for the game being my favorite - when the... Topics: indie talks, podcast, troll in the corner, blast off
Welcome to episode 26! Today I'm joined by Carl Pinder and we're going to talk Virtual Table Top - specifically the one Carl's developing himself, Tabletop Connect 3D. Tabletop Connect is a 3D virtual tabletop that lets you connect with your friends to play RPGs just like you're at a real table. As we were recording, the Kickstarter for Tabletop Connect 3D, which has only been active for three days, hit 30% of its goal!Carl's got some innovative and ideas for this VTT that are well worth... Topics: Indie Talks, troll in the corner, tabletop connect 3d, vtt
For episode 37 I'm joined by Isaac Vega and Jon Gilmour to talk about Plaid Hat's newest release, Dead of Winter! This is a game that I almost play tested. I got so close, so, so close but just couldn't commit due to time constraints. However, I've read the rules, and all the addendums and the changes that happened up to the end of the play test and I can tell you, this game is amazing. We also talk about game design in general, and John and Isaac's process of getting a game from thought, to... Topics: board games, game design, podcast, troll in the corner
Medieval Japan has so much to offer in the way of scenery! Vast mountains, quaint villages, hidden shrines and much more. The real treasures however are those that jump and fly - the rare brown squirrels, cranes, egrets and eagles who make their homes in remote locations. These hard to find creatures are the ultimate destination of any tour of the countryside. In Gaido, players take on the role of guides and travelers journeying through the countryside of medieval Japan. Guide duties are... Topics: card game, gaido, troll in the corner, benjamin gerber
I'm chatting with Ray, Cassidy and Chris about Calliope's catalog, game design and the industry as a whole! Calliope Games has already earned their industry chops and they've got some fantastic things for you now and in the near future. Check out Roll For It! Deluxe, and some great news about their forthcoming Titans series. Topics: podcast, indie talks, troll in the corner, calliope games
Part 1 of Protecting your digital privacy using free, open source tools. First part of a multi-part series of weekly podcasts on how to use free encryption tools to safeguard your data on mobile devices. Topics: mguhlin, podcast, around the corner, digital literacy, digital privacy Source: http://www.mguhlin.net/blog
Welcome to Indie Talks #25! Today I have two special guests with me, my daughters Izzie and Luca! They're 10 and 7 respectively, and there here to talk about board games and kick butt.In other news, this very podcast you are listening too right now has been nominated for an Ennie Award! Public voting starts on July 22nd, and ends on July 31st (my birthday) so please go out and vote! And even better, vote for Indie Talks!Welcome to the Meat Parade continues development in a very public way... Topics: rpg, board games, interview, indie talks, troll in the corner, ennie nominated
In this episode I'm talking G-Core with creator Jay Libby! We talk super heroes, Total Confusion (the most awesome game convention in the North East), slip in a goat reference or two, discuss the finer points of art, writing and of course, snacks! Jay even called me "in shape" which I thought was nice of him. Mike Pondsmith gets lots of kudos from Jay and we talk a bit about old school. Topics: troll in the corner, tcpn, podcast. rpg, gaming, g-core, gcore, jay libby
Shorty Long, Alan Gilbert, John Henson, and Roy Lazarus, vocals; from the Original Broadway Cast Recording of "Most Happy Fella" Columbia/CBS/Sony, recorded May 1956 Topics: Frank Loesser, Most Happy Fella, Standing on the Corner, Shorty Long, DWTKenInNY
You can hardly throw a +2 knife in the RPG world without hitting either Never Unprepared or now Odyssey: The Complete Game Master's Guide to Campaign Management - two amazing books about the art of running a role playing session by Phil Vecchione. He's also one of the gnomes over at Gnome Stew and soon you'll see his name on some pretty impressive games and game supplements.Phil and I chat about our similar gaming life, Palladium and how he got into the hobby, started writing about the... Topics: rpg, phil vechione, gnome stew, games, troll in the corner, podcast
It's a collaborative storytelling adventure for kids. It's a great pick up game for adults. It's the sock puppet RPG! The land of Skcos is inhabited by all manner of things, but primarily its inhabitants belong to a race of ever changing, always interesting creatures called Soppets. Soppets are a magical breed of intelligent, funny, thrill seeking socks. Yes, you read that correctly, Socks. Argyle & Crew is a free wheeling system powered by imagination. Rather than a character sheet like a... Topics: argyle, crew, rpg, children, gaming, tabletop, role playing game, troll in the corner, ben gerber
This episode I'm all by my lonesome as I talk board games. Over the weekend I had a chance to sink my teeth into Fantastiqa, the new game by Alf Seegert (here's the BGG link). Alf was a guest on this very show back in epiosde 5a. It's name not withstanding, it's freaking fantastic! I'll tell you a bit about how this game plays and why you should get it when you can. For those of you who kickstarted it, you're gonna love it! I also talk briefly about what's going on with Upgrade Wars (Prototype... Topics: alf seegert, board games, fantastiqa, troll in the corner, indie talks, upgrade wars
The legendary, time traveling, daylight savings scoffing John Wick joins me for Episode 20! We talk Wicked Fantasy – a whole gobsmacking pile of awesome Pathfinder supplements and the kickstarter that is soon to follow! John goes into a bit of his gaming history, and we talk the future of RPGs. I also learn that he has access to an amazing cook and invite myself over for dinner. Topics: rpg, indie talks, role playing games, troll in the corner, podcast
Today we're going to talk card stock and long, flowing beards. And who better to do that with than Brian Libirge? And who even better to that with? His partner in crime, the longest beard on the podcast, Dan Curran! He's got an ongoing Kickstarter that handily covers both of these topics! We'll also touch on the formation of this card game, development and how Brian got into the gaming business in the first place. Check them out at Beer Star Games, on DriveThruRPG and please do check out... Topics: beard, card game, party game, indie talks, podcast, troll in the corner, benjamin gerber
Librivox recording of The Old Man in the Corner by Baroness Orczy. Read by J. M. Smallheer. Created by Baroness Orczy, author of the famous Scarlet Pimpernel series, The Old Man in the Corner was one of the earliest armchair detectives, popping up with so many others in the wake of the huge popularity of the Sherlock Holmes stories. The Old Man relies mostly upon sensationalistic "penny dreadful" newspaper accounts, with the occasional courtroom visit for extra laughs. He narrates all... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, mystery, London, The Old Man in the Corner, Baroness Orczy Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Welcome to season 2 of Indie Talks! We're kicking off 2013 with returning guest Tracy Barnett! Tracy is reprising his roll as first guest of the season - he actually kicked off the entire podcast with me last June! In this episode we talk about Tracy's second successful Kickstarted RPG - One Shot. We revisit School Daze and also talk his new project Terrorform. We each have our respective Dr. Phil moments when we talk about our projects and we get into this years forthcoming Wayne Foundation... Topics: rpg, podcast, role playing games, troll in the corner, benjamin gerber, tracy barnett
I get to congratulate yet another Ennie award winner in the person of Chris Helton! Battlefield Press, who Chris is part owner, published the wonderful and Ennie award winning Eldritch Skies! Chris and I talk getting into gaming, making the transition from creative gamer to game creation and what it's like to win an Ennie award. We also discuss his newest project, which deals with the as of yet untapped RPG genre of paranormal romance! Topics: ennie, chris helton, indie talks, podcast, troll in the corner, battlefield press, eldritch skies
Stephen Buonocore of Stronghold Games joins us today to talk about board games, publishing and what it's like to live the dream! Stephen takes a nice, deep dive into game production and talks about lots of juicy details that go into actually producing a playable product. We also talk nerd rage, craft beer and microgames, among other things. Topics: board games, stronghold games, publisher, indie talks, troll in the corner
"Get Out There And Play" was a documentary released in 2003 about the Bellingham, Washington local music community. Domonique Herrin and Aaron Ball made the film over a two year period of time and sought to document the local music scene as it existed at that moment. Topics: Bellingham Music, Local Music, Documentary, Aaron Ball, Domonique Herrin, The Corner Pocket
"Open source teaching provides new strategies and opportunities for individuals to engage in the shared investigation of common challenges," shares a Wikipedia entry. For me, this is at the heart of "open source publication," or open access publications. I see blogs and podcasts--and using those to make the writing process more transparent, with writers no longer clutching their manuscripts to their chest for fear others might steal their ideas--as the quickest way to share... Topics: mguhlin, mguhlin.net, podcast, around the corner, kaylor, mkaylor, ollerenshaw, kaylor.us, open...
A very special Indie Talks! I have board game designer Alf Seegert joining me to discuss just about every aspect of board gaming under this great golden sun of ours. We talk about his previously published games, Bridge Troll, Trollhala and The Road to Canturbury. We also discuss his current game, currently being Kickstarted by Gryphon Games - Fantastiqa! Topics: board games, rpg, role playing games, indie talks, troll in the corner
Around the Corner - Tom and JerryLyrics: Of all the people in this lonely old world Who are the loneliest three The Rich? The cop on the beat the man in the moon and me Around the corner theres a party upstairs Around the corner are we Whoop! The cop on the beat the man in the moon and me I go to my room and open the door Theres nothing but gloom So i go to the corner to hang around some more Whoop! I watch the happy looking couples go by There so in love they can't see The cop on the beat the... Topics: Van Beuren Studios, Tom and Jerry, Dick and Larry, Gay, Cop, Police, Around The Corner
a conversation with Kennedy Lensoe, a homeless man in newtown, that highlights the difficulties he faces in his day to day life Topics: Kennedy Lensoe, Romaen Tiffin, Hlompho Letsielo, sound recording, interview, homelessness, on the...
Dan Yarrington joins me from Game Salute as we talk about everything under the sun that has to do with the board game industry. Dan takes us through getting a game ready to publish, the manufacturing, kickstarting and then publication and distribution of modern hobby games. Topics: Board games, game school, podcast, indie talks, troll in the corner, dan yarrington
Jen Page and Monte Cook! The Geek Seekers have joined me in this, our 19th episode. You all should be quite familiar with Jen by now, from previous podcasts, interviews and oh, I donât know, the several movies sheâs been in that deal directly with awesome things like RPGs and flying robots. Iâm also positive Monte is a name everyone here recognizes, D&D, Numenera, fiction, games, dice, conventions, awesome. Did you know that these two have joined forces, like a less populous but equally... Topics: monte cook, jen page, rpg, geek seekers, numenera, project london, troll in the corner
PhillyCAM sits down with Keith Chamberlain, founder of the Dysfunctional Screenwriters Society, to see what DSS has been up to. Topics: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Community Access Media, PhillyCAM, Public Access TV,...
Reflections on a different approach to digital storytelling in K-12 schools. Show notes at http://www.mguhlin.net/blog Miguel Guhlin Around the Corner - MGuhlin.net/blog Topics: mguhlin, mguhlin.net, podcast, around the corner, kaylor, mkaylor, ollerenshaw, kaylor.us, digital...
PhillyCAM sits down with Rob Buscher, Festival Director of the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, and talks about the upcoming screening of “Pecoross’ Mother and Her Times.” Topics: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Community Access Media, PhillyCAM, Public Access TV,...
PhillyCAM sits down with Generocity.org's Director of Operations and Strategy, Mo Manklang, to get an insight on some upcoming projects. Topics: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Community Access Media, PhillyCAM, Public Access TV,...
PhillyCAM sits down with Roberta Fallon, director and founder of TheArtblog.org, to get some insight to what TheArtblog.org is and some upcoming events. Topics: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Community Access Media, PhillyCAM, Public Access TV,...